In the seventh installment in the “entertaining” (Kirkus Reviews) Black Sheep Knitting Mystery series, the knitters see the darker side of Hollywood when Maggie’s shop is used as a set for a big budget, star-studded movie.
When the cast and crew of a Hollywood movie arrive to film on location in quiet Plum Harbor, the village is aflutter at the A-list actresses. The Knitters are dazzled by the glamour and since Maggie’s shop is an important set, they are privy to the backstage excitement and inside gossip. But from the first day of filming, accidents and menacing coincidences abound. The show must go on, but no sooner have the lights, action, and stitching begun when the killer strikes again—this time, cutting one character from the script for good.
The Black Sheep, an attentive audience to this tangled drama, are determined to unmask the real villain of this story before they can eliminate another member of this deadly cast.
"The well-knit plot, which includes several red herrings, maintains suspense right through the surprising finale. Cozy fans will enjoy spending time with the distinctive main characters, all of whom are intelligent, working women."
Praise for A Dark and Stormy Knit:
"Well-written, the characters make logical choices, and the buildup is well established...I particularly loved the author's attention to detail...a cozy and satisfying mystery."
Praise for Till Death Do Us Purl: “The fourth in the series provides an entertaining mystery along with knitting instructions and tasty recipes.”
“Friendship, knitting, murder. . . create the perfect pattern. Great fun.”
Praise for A Stitch Before Dying: “Sure to hook cozy fans”
Praise for Knit, Purl, Die: "The fast-paced plot will keep even nonknitters turning the pages."
Praise for While My Pretty One Knits: "A charmer.... The crafty first of a cozy new series."